Influenence of Bi2O3 on Cadmium Oxide Sintering
The usefulness of traditional models to establish the sintering mechanisms in complex systems typical of industrial practices is questionable since the systems usually consist of many particles which are nonuniform in size and shape. In such systems many mechanisms of mass transport can be active. Other complications such as grain growth and particle rearrangement which are even observed in studies involving uniform spherical particles1 make interpretation of shrinkage during sintering even more difficult.
KeywordsVolume Shrinkage Bismuth Oxide Solid State Sinter Cadmium Oxide Particle Rearrangement
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